It took 14 days for the Chinese government to destroy a large Hui mosque in Manas county of the Changji Hui Autonomous Prefecture in Xinjiang.
Authorities detained and continue to monitor a bishop who traveled abroad for religious purposes.
The leader of a Protestant Three-Self church was sentenced to one year in prison for allowing two out-of-town pastors to give a sermon.
The dwellings at a Buddhist gathering place in Kunming city were demolished by the Chinese law enforcement, dispersing dozens of Buddhists.
Authorities expand their campaign to prosecute South Korean Christian churches to universities and local communities.
Hundreds of Christians from across China were arrested during a large religious gathering in Hubei Province.
The police apprehended four elderly house church Christians in Sichuan. One of them, fearing the authorities would cancel his subsistence allowance, attempted to kill himself.
The local authorities leveled a government-approved Protestant church that had been guarded by its members day and night for three years.
This cruel torture method that leads to severe physical and psychological damage is often used to interrogate religious believers in China.